Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyer Jill Presley
Helping Personal Injury Clients Across the United States
A lifelong resident of Kansas City, Attorney Jill Presley practices law to help people in need of personal injury representation. After graduating from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Arts is in Political Science, she earned her Juris Doctorate in 1997 from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and was admitted to the bar in both Missouri and Kansas. She then began her legal career as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Jackson County, Missouri where she helped victims of violent crimes and sexual crimes and worked hard to bring perpetrators to justice.
After gaining years of extensive trial work Jill has become a partner alongside her husband Kirk at Presley & Presley, LLC and continues her practice of advocating for individuals in need across Kansas City. Together Kirk and Jill raise their two sons, Jackson and Hunter, and she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and cooking.
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Kansas City personal injury lawyer Jill Presley represents clients with personal injury claims and offers a free case consultation to every client. Call Presley & Presley, LLC at (855) 981-6116 for knowledgeable, skilled, and compassionate representation.
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